Tussen Hun En De Zon

by Tarnkappe

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xhrl_ A strong identity is manifest in Tarnkappe with its transitions within songs and from song to song, because the band boasts of the capability of presenting an enriched and eloquent performance under the semblance of one face. This is a continuation of the evolution of black metal that has come to us from Niden Div. 187 and Kvist. In bands such as Sammath, Kaeck and Tarnkappe it is the depths of the pummeling that represents the awe-inspiring & very harsh aspects of nature & man's place within it
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Harsh and intense Black Metal from Dutch soil!

As a small country, the Dutch are far from doing bad when it comes to their contribution to the black metal scene, on the contrary... They have more than enough bands that could rise above and should not be left unnoticed any longer. ‘Tussen Hun En De Zon’ (meaning “Between them and the Sun” in English) by Tarnkappe is yet another band that proves this quality-approach in full. In this case you might be caught by surprise totally. Quite something, considering this band partially consists of Lugubre, Kjeld and Salacious Gods members, although Tarnkappe surpasses those names easily!

If you enjoy your Black Metal with an organic, natural sound, Tarnkappe will be on your to get list sky high. We would almost say that we have a Dutch version of Arckanum here, but this would not justify what this band has achieved here. They are original enough to have their own sound. This is because of the vocals, that sound like a sardonic gnome, a pestiferous being that desperately cries out its tormented hymns. This is complimented very well by the similar sounding arrangement of the music with a harsh yet clear production! A hypnotizing, gloomy setting that makes this release sound ritualistic and captivating.

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released October 13, 2014

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